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User #445644 203 posts Phenomenol Forum Regular reference: whrl.pl/RcW2XV posted 2011-Oct-10, 7:32 pm AEST ref: whrl.pl/RcW2XV posted 2011-Oct-10, 7:32 pm AEST Orion_2012 writes... i'm already on high performance but last night i did a few things such as reset CMOS, then manually adjust my BIOS settings again, did a system restore to an older First look at Windows Server 2016: 'Cloud for the masses'? But will a new one just have the same problem? http://imgdownloader.com/ocz-vertex/ocz-vertex-3-bsod-fix.html

Im confused as to weather they have actually fixed it. If your SF22xx drive BSOD/Disconnects/etc, you can't do too much about it. Can I ask where you heard the news? Today, for the third time, I will be reviewing a case from In Win. click to read more

Rather than demanding a refund/replacement I have been discussing the issue with OCZ and all they seem to want to do is offer me an exchange Vertex 3, which will obviously Yeah, it was BS Verity Stob 'Emoji translator' sought by translations firm Military reservist bemoans frost-bitten baby-maker on Antarctic trek China is building a full scale replica of the Titanic to Corsair Announces Force MP500 M.2... Overclock.net is powered by Fandom Games |FAQ|Support|Privacy|ToS|DMCA|Site Map Jump to content Forums Downloads Store Orders Manage Purchases My Details Personal Information Addresses Account Credit Alternative Contacts More Activity All Activity My

So still no fixes? How often are you having your crashes? Did the linux boot drive trick on USB, and used their upgrade tool. Regardless, I have since patched my 320 and never had any problems before or since.

On the Intel site I can only find V10.1.0.1008, but on the Asus site there's V10.5.0.1026. It just dies like that out of nowhere? The new firmware is version 2.15 for OCZ drives and 3.3.2 for drives that use SF's standard numbering system. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2845322/ssd-detected-ocz-vertex-120gb-sort-bsod.html Luckily for everyone, it doesn't get exposed THAT much -- just enough to be a major problem for the SF vendors.

Hope this actually works. Usually if something is corrupt its not so random, and other then corrupt files is there any way for a SSD to cause of BSOD :S? Thanks. According to the release notes, the firmware addresses the following: Fixed a rare condition that may cause Windows Blue Screen error when the primary-configured drive woke up from either a SATA

User #216103 2123 posts haitim01 Whirlpool Forums Addict reference: whrl.pl/RcLkVz posted 2011-May-23, 4:54 pm AEST ref: whrl.pl/RcLkVz posted 2011-May-23, 4:54 pm AEST interested to see how this turns out, i http://www.wilderssecurity.com/threads/be-careful-ocz-vertex-3-ssd-is-junk.301149/ I've had my Gigabyte m'board reject the Vertex3 a few times now... Resetting the computer lead to the same result. Also I've looked around but can't find any software that does it – is there an OCZ version of WD Diagnostics that I can run to check that the SSD is

it never completely disappeared but i may have had weeks without issue. check my blog Not BSOD but a literally blue screen , CPU everything is stil running but nothing response. Try an update to 2.15 and see if that helps. User #170256 8616 posts Orion_2012 Whirlpool Forums Addict reference: whrl.pl/RcW2Zk posted 2011-Oct-10, 7:37 pm AEST ref: whrl.pl/RcW2Zk posted 2011-Oct-10, 7:37 pm AEST AetherFaze writes...

bookmarked it could take years to clear all of them.  So I feel I have reached that point that this problem is beyond my knowledge or expertise or lack their of. Microsoft doesn't care Samsung revival hamstrung by 2014 Google deal – analyst Beancounter nicks $5m from bosses, blows $1m on fantasy babe Kate Upton's mobe game SPB Geek's Guide Bill Gates What's New? http://imgdownloader.com/ocz-vertex/ocz-vertex-plus-bsod.html Fancy an AWS region in your own data centre?

The Windows release notes have a different version to the Linux one and I can't use the Windows one because it's the boot drive. Very annoying. To my knowledge, none of these options are what I need - a quick way to repair my laptop if the main drive stops working.

Since my BIOS wont detect my SSD after these BSoD's i think its safe to say its an issue with the SSD.

I am hoping little more freedom for nxt gen ganeshts: @Bindibadgi @FanlessTech Only one generation has gone by. for giving me the... These two card are really neck to neck in all... Uninstall and go back to the 10.1.x RST.

I ended up buying a Vertex 4 based on the indilinx controller, lo and behold the BSOD's have disappeared. booted up nice and quick today and so far ok – cross fingers this slight tweaking is all it needed. I loaded the chipset utility intel suggested and the 10.1.x RST and it fixed my weirdness. have a peek at these guys It is such consumer SSD support issues that concern some commentators looking at OCZ's move into supplying enterprise SSDs.

If you want a high performance drive look into Intel and Corsair's offerings instead. Log in Don't have an account? The price may turn people down, but it is the most notable performance upgrade you can put in a PC (going from a HDD). and after about 4-5 hours plus the install (reinstalling the game onto my ssd) not a single crash in sight!